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read everything online. >> president obama cancels a summit with vladimir putin. >> there have been times they slide back into cold war thinking. >> a terror threat closes u.s. embassies. >> this group is fairly ingenious, bold and eager to cause damage. >> the president targets fannie mae and freddie mac. also, hillary, the documentary, the miniseries, and reince priebus, the angry chairman. >> i will not expose our candidates to this kind of treatment. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the name of the program is "inside washington" and if there is a bigger story in washington than the sale of "the washington post," i cannot think of one. we have colby king, lois romano, a "the washington post" veteran. charles krauthammer.part of the "washington post" writers group. i came to washington to work for broadcast properties, which were owned by "the washington post." glenn, "the washington post." [laughter] the former executive editor len downie was in the newsroom as katharine graham's granddaughter announced jeff bezos, the founder of amazon, was bu
we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." president obama cancels a moscow summit with president putin. this after russia grantor -- granted edwards snowden asylum, sending at chill through relations. throughoutg flights the region. it cost billions and has the backing of key countries. inside a project which could power the future. pairs of atoms and infusing them together. this will release more energy. >> welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. today relations between the u.s. and russia and another snack when president obama canceled a planned meeting with president putin in russia next month. this comes just days after russia decided to grant asylum to the former intelligence analyst, edwards noted. -- edward snowden. two towering figures on the world stage. relations between russia and washington have never been more, has hadpresident obama a major diplomatic snub aimed at president putin. edward snowden is at the center of the latest round. the former contractor fled america after leaking government secrets. the u.s. is u
of industries. what can we do for you? and now, "bbc world news america." president obama announced his government surveillance program and assesses this deteriorating relationship with russia. >> we're doing things that are good for the united states and hopefully good for russia as well. but recognizing there are going to be some differences. we will not be able to completely disguise them. >> hiding in plain sight. this sicilian mafia boss was living in italy for decades. italy wants him back to serve his time. it is summer. it must be time for that vacation souvenir. we will trace how the trinkets have become big business. onwelcome to our viewers public television in america and around the globe. today president obama held a wide ranging press conference at the white house on the eve of leaving for his summer vacation. on the agenda was announcing new oversight and transparency in the surveillance programs that have come under fire. relations with russia were also front and center. presidenturged clinton to think forward instead of backward. tourged president putin think forward in
things more transparent, he said. he wants to put together a taffing force which in the old obama world would have been where you put things into the filing cabinet, right? but he wants to put together a task force of experts he's been talking to, tech and c.e.o.'s. >> i legal week we've been here before. >> and worked with congress on pending legislation. and democrats and republicans have come together on legislative efforts. gwen: is your sense, doyle, that this is really -- this really is, no matter how much he says, this all in the works before, edward snowden was at least a catalyst for it? >> there's no question that edward snowden was a catalyst. there was a little bit of stuff that the administration was doing. yes, they were reviewing their procedures. yes, they tell us that they have tightened up some procedures. but here's what hadn't happened until snowden came along. congress wasn't paying any attention. you had ron wyden in the senate and a few others saying hey, folks, there's something here you should be worried about but there was no pressure to move on any of this. so
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> woodruff: president obama promised new safeguards and more transparency for secret government surveillance programs even as he defended their existence. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: the president stressed the government is not interested in spying on ordinary citizens. we have excerpts from the white house's news conference. >> there are steps we can take to give the american people additional confidence that there are additional safeguards against abuse. so i've directed the intelligence community to make public as much information about these programs as possible. >> woodruff: then, despite recent challenging moments of diplomacy, the u.s. and russia held high-level meetings in washington. margaret warner recaps today's talks. >> brown: four out of ten street lights don't work and it takes an hour on average for detroit police to respond to 9-1-1 calls. hari sreenivasan looks at the motor city's battle amid bankruptcy. >> detroiters are so used to bad news,
grew chillier today. president obama scrapped a planned summit in september, with russian president vladimir putin. good evening, i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, edward snowden's asylum, syria and more are all weighing on u.s.-russia relations. we dissect what's behind today's diplomatic rebuke. >> ifill: then, a sweeping overhaul of the nation's mortgage finance system. margaret warner explores the president's latest housing plan. >> brown: many people with disabilities still don't get home-based or community services. judy woodruff reports on the struggle to fully implement a landmark civil rights law. >> think about it as segregation. people are still segregated. it's wrong, it's wrong morally, economically and it's wrong in compliance with americans with disbill teeth acts. >> ifill: tempers often flare as the temperature outside rises. could climate change be making us more violent? ray suarez dives into the details of a new study. >> brown: and a powerful drama based on the true story of one man's last day, before being fatally shot
attention at the scene. >>> the obamas have a new addition, meet sunny obama, their newest family member who just arrived at the white house. megan alexander reports on the first family's sunny day. >> the first family's new dog, sunny, clearly loving her white house digs, comes from a small town in michigan. the 14-month-old portuguese water dog is believed to have come fr a breeder 60 miles from detroit, taking the placement of puppies very seriously, saying we match the puppy to the right family. enter the first family. michelle obama welcomed sunny, named for her cheerful disposition, with a tweet. president obama chimed in, welcome to the family, sunny. the obamas chose another allergy friendly portuguese water dog like bo because of 15- year-old malea's allergies. >> they are fun dogs. and easy to train. >> we caught up with a dog trainer in new york. >> what type of training would you recommend for sunny? >> to remember that even sunny is a year old, doesn't mean they need help to adjust. you need to make sure you're teaching your dog to greet people politely, to sit, the breed tends
weapons again. the wait might soon be over. president obama has reportedly ordered fresh military options from the pentagon. the possible u.s. air strikes against the syrian military or setting up a no-fly zone. a former advisor for addicts a major move like that. >> i expect it will take action, whether it is the no-fly zone or surgical strikes. we will see. >> president obama is reluctant to intervene. after iraqi and afghanistan. he noted today on cnn. >> folks will call for immediate action, jumping into stuff that does not turn out well. >> the president said core u.s. interests might be at stake. u.s. forces in danger. >> we are gathering information about this event but it is very troublesome. >> the unverified video out of syria showing bloodless victims that seemingly could only have died in a chemical attack. a could make u.s. intervention more excitable at home. three polls found americans who opposed intervention switching if chemical weapons were used. for now there is no proof. the u.n. -- u.s. is demanding a u.n. inspection. there is more fighting in the neighborhood allege
regime. >> it is already on the ground in syria investigating previous alleged attacks. the obama menstruation calls the asad regime to provide the team with unfettered access to the site of today's alleged attack. >> they will have to have immediate access to witnesses individuals, and to collect physical evidence without interference. >> president obama called for a ouster. she announced plans to arm the opposition, but the arms of not arrived yet. the u.s. should do more, including the use of limited airstrikes. >>'s policies failing on his own terms. we are not accomplishing that right now. >> the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said that the administration opposes limited military action in syria because it doesn't believe the opposition would support u.s. interest. >> bradley manning was sentenced to 35 years in a military prison , three years after leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents. he was convicted on 20 charges, including espionage, for leaking documents to wiki leaks. he will have to serve at least one third of his sentence. he was dishonorably
? >> it will need to be more precise to make it clear what you agree to. the obama administration is work hard on a new way to approach this so it is not so ambiguous so science can flourish and have the opportunity to be pants and not just subjects. >> warner: francis collins, director of the nsa, thank you. >> brown: next, an organization that believes there's no place like home when it comes to growing older. ray suarez has our report. >> how are you? >> reporter: once a week, 82- year-old john sears gets picked up at his beacon hill townhouse, and driven to a nearby grocery store. sears looks forward to that weekly outing, and not just to replenish his pantry. >> what else can i get for you? >> reporter: but for the simple joy of getting out, seeing people, catching up on neighborhood news, all harder to do as age makes it more challenging to get around. sears doesn't hire the driver, bob spicer. he works for beacon hill village: it's a non-profit, membership organization providing low-cost services to seniors who want to continue to live in their own homes. >> they call all the time. a co
obama promised safer schools. >> next, how othmar city schools are part of that promise. x a painful loss for the orioles. how resilient can they be is to mark -- can they be? >> we will check out the seven-day forecast. right now, some hazy >> a terrifying day for students , staff, and parents. students the teachers and police raced out of the school indicator after authorities say shots were fired. police say a 19-year-old man who entered with an assault rifle was able to get into the school by falling behind someone who is authorized to be there. officers returned fire. luckily, no one was injured create >> of more city schools are heart of president obama's plan to improve goal safety. city schools are among the first 100 school districts to be examined by the department of homeland security, the secret service, and the fbi. five schools will be surveyed for security gaps. the findings will be part of a larger national report. service andet threat assessment center are able to give us the latest research on the type of incidents that we may encounter as well as the best responses
the obama administration says some of it is under review, saudi arabia, which is a big backer of egypt's military-led government, says it will compensate for any cuts from washington. >> richard engel in cairo for us tonight, thanks. >>> in pakistan, a dramatic turn of events there involving the former president and army general pervez musharraf. he has been indicted in an alleged murder plot in the assassination of prime minister benazir bhutto in 2007. she was the first and only woman elected to lead pakistan. musharraf was an important friend of the u.s. following the 9/11 attacks. he has pleaded not guilty. >>> still ahead here tonight, sounding the alarm. a leaked report about the danger happening all around us tonight. ann curry from the top of the world with a firsthand look as the water rises. >>> later, two extraordinarily groups of american heroes facing off and making a difference on hallowedround. [ female announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symp
obama after allen's death in 2010, represents an important part of the american story. a new movie has been made inspired by eugene allen's story. here's the trailer for lee daniels' "the butler." >> we have no tolerance for politics at the white house. >> i'm cecil gaines. i'm the new butler. >> you hear nothing, you see nothing. you only serve. >> you know he got that job, the white house called him, he didn't call the white house. >> i want to hear all the stories. >> i don't know how many stories you're going to hear because they done swore him to some kind of secret code. i'm so proud of you. >> did you go to an all-colored school, says still >> i didn't go to school, mr. president. i grew up on a cotton farm. >> get back to work! >> don't you lose your temp we are a that man. it's his world, you're just living in it. >> you looking for some help? >> he done stole our food and now you're asking far job? >> i know how to serve. they say this new white boy is smooth. >> i'll thrilled to be working with all of you. >> what did your daddy do. >> he's a butter whether. >> the black dom
been treated for symptoms of exposure to a chemical agent. tonight as the obama administration considers its response, u.s. warships are on alert in the mediterranean near syria. we have two reports beginning with nbc's aymam moye yell dean is in cairo. >> doctors treated more than 31 patients wednesday out of which more than 350 died as a result. now all of them they say displayed symptoms of neurotoxicity, an indication that perhaps chemical weapons were actually used. the syrian government has denied any responsibility and denied that it used chemical weapons, more importantly today on syrian state television they showed images of chemical weapons that were allegedly found in areas that were controlled by syrian rebels, an indication that perhaps it was the rebels that were responsible for launching these weapons. meanwhile, the top u.n. disarmament chief, the undersecretary-general for the united nations arrived in damascus. she's been trying to press the syrian government to give u.n. inspectors access to the site of attacks so they can determine exactly what happened. as
to the government, why is it president obama the other day wants to phase out fanny and fredy. >> the profitability means nothing to the administration because administration believes government should get out of the mortgage market, that there should be some limited back stuff but private capital back into the mortgage market and fanny, freddy and the fha back more than 90% of the loans made and that's just not the way the market should be or according to the administration. they want to phase it out. it will take time but they don't want to be in the situation in 2009 when the government did have to bailout the mortgage market. >> dianna, this congress has not gotten much down on important issues. will it get this done and reform mortgage finance? >> i can't answer that. there is one very strong bill on the hill right now, the corker warner bill the president seems to have not exactly endorsed that bill but the things he's putting forth are similar to what is in that bill and that's why you saw him this week in phoenix making the push again because this fall would be the time, the make it or brea
. hashe obama administration announced a major change to the way certain crimes are tosecuted in an attempt reduce the overflowing prison population. attorney general eric holder said that the way that minor offenses were sent to prison was broken and ineffective. a man died in hospital in hungary after suffering from medical problems. at one point, he talked the list of most wanted nazi war criminals. the israeli government has published the names of 26 palestinian visitors said to be released as part of a deal. the announcement comes after palestinian officials accused sabotage trying to negotiations by proving more than 1000 new settlement homes. a primary school has been turned into a temporary shelter after a 6.1 earthquake in tibet. no casualties were reported. u.s., he was ae feared boston mob boss in the 1970's and in 1980's who became one of the most wanted fugitives in the united states. now a jury has found james ganglandlger guilty of crimes including 11 killers. he now faces life in prison. we have the story. >> james whitey bulger convicted today of money launder
that left more than 600 dead in one day alone. president obama and other world leaders have condemned the violence and the u.s. has canceled a joint military exercise with egypt that was scheduled for next month. reporting from washington, i'm sally kidd. >> here at home, egyptian americans are watching what's what happening closely and reacting, lowell melser giants us from highlandtown with more. >> cocoa's market here on eastern avenue is a very popular place for the area's egyptian americans to gather and talk about news from egypt. the very latest in what is going on. and while there's a lot of fear for the future, we also found that there's a lot of optimism as well. >> i talk to my son today, it's very bad there, very bad. >> for the owner of cocoa's market, these are stressful days as he watches news reports out of his home country. he continues to express anger and frustration at the muslim brotherhood who he says is killing innocent people for no reason. >> these people is different than us, they all like to kill if you do not agree with what they are saying. >> while we wer
obama spent the afternoon addressing a number of issues important to both business and the american people. from healthcare to the fed, to the government surveillance program. >>> donnie brooke in isle six, the battle between j.c. penney, the ceo and shareholders in public. is this war fair ever good for shareholders. >>> bringing jobs home. more companies are moving overseas operations back to the u.s. but not just workers benefit. who else is reaping the rewards as we wrap up the series made in america. all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for friday, august 9th. >>> and good evening everyone and welcome. i'm tyler mathisen along with sue herrera. susie gharib has the night off. in a far-reaching press conference today, the first in three months, to took questions and gave answers on top picks critically important to american business. he tackled healthcare reform and the possibility of a government shut down to immigration, privacy and whom he might choose as the next chairman of the federal reserve. >> good evening, tyler, the president addressed a series of is
company and president obama and several others would like to unwind, the second largest quarterly profit in the history. the firm earned $5 billion. followed by higher loan fees. they will make a dividend payment to the u.s. treasury on more than $4 billion 6789 4 bil. >>> jp morgan and glen core are the latest companies to be accused of artificially inflating aluminum prices. it was filed on behalf of master screens, a direct purchaser and individual who is described as a buyer of beverages sold in aluminum cans. >>> according to a report yesterday from the center for disease control the obesity rate among low-income preschooler social securis is falling. it went from $74 billion in 199 8 to $147 billion. this study could have important economic implications. >> reporter: the centers for disease control tracked the height and weight of nearly 12 million low income 2 to 4-year-olds. between 2008 and 2011 obesity rates stayed the same or decreased in 40 states and territories and only went up slightly in three. for weight management experts like dr. scott cohan it is good news. he struggl
in the minimum wage that president obama proposed in his state of the union message, they will still be faring less well than their counterparts did 50 years ago. >> that's right. >> what does that say to you? >> the peak for the minimum wage in terms of its real purchasing power was 1968. it's been basically declining with a couple of ups and downs ever since. so, that if you adjust for the current price, the minimum wage was about $10.50 roughly, back in 1968 in terms of what it could buy. and it's $7.25 today in terms of what it can buy. so, you've taken the folks at the bottom, the people who work hard, full-time jobs, and you've made their economic condition worse over a 50-year period, while wealth has accumulated at the top. what kind of a society does this? and then the arguments have come out, which are in my profession, a major staple for many careers, are arguments that, "gee, if you raise the minimum wage, a few people who might've otherwise gotten a job won't get it because the employer doesn't want to pay the higher wage." well, if that logic is really going to play in your mind,
, along the black sea. but so far, there's no sign that appeal is gaining much traction. president obama said friday a boycott hurts the wrong people. >> i do not think it's appropriate to boycott the olympics. we've got a bunch of americans out there who are training hard, who are doing everything they can to succeed. >> ifill: in the meantime, the president of the international olympic committee says he's asked russian officials to clarify how the law banning homosexual expression will be applied during the games. >> the olympic charter is very clear. it says that sport is a human right and it should be available to all regardless of race, sex or sexual orientation. and the games themselves should be open to all, free of discrimination, so our position is very clear. >> ifill: the russian ambassador to the u.n., answered thursday, speaking to protesters outside his residence in new york. >> all athletes, i can tell you, are going to be just fine, going to be just fine. but we do expect everybody to respect our laws as well. >> ifill: russian police are already reinforcing that point, a
, which the obama white house which for a year has called the chemical weapons use in syria a red line is now being cautious as it calls for an investigation. you're about to see what the rebels say is the evidence, some of it very graphic. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel joins us now with that. richard? >> reporter: good evening, lester. more videos emerge from syria today. they are unconfirmed by nbc news, but they are consistent with the accounts of witnesses we spoke to. and, again, these images are graphic. the syrian government bombed villages outside damascus today, the same villages hit yesterday by what looks like a war crime. an outrage. hundreds killed by chemical weapons, the rebels say, many of them buried today in mass graves. a syrian cameraman contracted by our partner itn filmed people looking at an exploded rocket. near it, dead bodies. nbc news has no way to confirm that the casualties were caused by this weapon. there is still no definitive proof that chemical weapons were used or by whom. but how can anyone fake rows of dead children? no apparent inju
will be deterrent for others looking to leak classified information. in another case, the obama ministration declassified three secret court opinions today showing how each year for three years the government collected as many as 56,000 e-mails and other communications by americans not connected to terrorism. -- the document shows the global surveillance operation. >> the number of sexual souls continues to plague the military. the u.s. cable academy says that if -- it is taking further steps to combat the problem. previously, education on the topic would come outside of the classroom as part of seminars and briefings. now it will get prevention lessons early and often. a hearing to determine whether football players will face a court-martial in the sexual assault case is expected to begin this month. >> extra lane seven added to the baltimore county information superhighway. the technology upgrade will fit students there. they will help keep schools safe. tim tooten explains. >> the county executive was a long -- among the showing of the technology. or the six schools with a new fiber-optic
obama gave a big speech yesterday on the economy. a really big speech. it was actually longer than his last state of the union address. though it should be noted that he opened with, like, 20 mutes of anthony weiner jokes. [ laughter ] too easy. they write themselves. but everyone's still talking about anthony weiner. they're -- all of his new sexting scandal. in fact, last night, weiner was at a forum for all the -- [ laughter ] weiner was at a forum -- >> steve: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: for all the candidates for mayor. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: and he actually got booed by the crowd. [ audience oohs ] which got even worse when weiner was, like, "boobs, where?" [ laughter ] >> steve: weiner. >> jimmy: and now, i'm sure you all know. you all heard this. anthony weiner was sexting with a woman using the code name carlos danger. ♪ [ light laughter ] carlos danger. ♪ [ light laughter ] well, in honor of that name, spirit airlines is offering a discount on flights to mexico. [ laughter and applause ] that's pretty good. >> steve: come on. come on! >> jimmy: i like that, yeah. unfortunate
weapons, something president obama has warned against. >> that's a red line for us, and there would be enormous consequences. >> reporter: but washington never backed up that threat, even after u.s. intelligence said in june that syria had used chemical weapons. inaction, rebels say, that embolden the syrian regime but now go much further. what was never supposed to happen again seems to be happening again and again. today's alleged atrocities took place just a few miles away from u.n. inspectors. they were denied access to the affected areas by the syrian government. the white house is demanding a full investigation. >> all right, richard. thank you. bradley manning, the army private at the center of the wikileaks scandal, has been sentenced to 35 years behind bars, the harshest punishment ever in the u.s. for leaking to the media. manning, a former intelligence analyst analyst, was found guilty last month of leaking hundreds of thousands of secret documents to wikileaks. he'll serve his time at the ft. leavenworth prison in kansas. with credit for good time served and good behavio
government to end the violence? a lot, actually, so why won't it? nbc's david gregory tonight on the obama administration caught between a rock and a hard place. >> reporter: egypt's bloody crackdown has critics asking whether american taxpayers are footing the bill for all the violen violence. why the blame? follow the money. the amount of u.s. aid to egypt is an estimated $1.5 billion each year, including aircraft and tanks and military training for officers. only four other countries, including israel and iraq, get more. the president may condemn the violence -- >> we deplore violence against civilians. >> reporter: -- but won't call for an end to the aid. one adviser called that a, quote, knee-jerk move at this point. critics argue the time is now. america's only leverage to pull egypt back from the brink is the money. >> at the end of the day, i don't want american dollars to be used by this interim government to basically kill their way into power. >> reporter: u.s. aid to egypt dates back to the camp david accords of 1979. it buys the u.s. military's access to the suez canal which c
in the uprising. >> it delays any kind of resolution an increase is a polarization. >> the obama administration gives more than $1 billion in aid. >> we have serious interests in egypt and that part of the world. this is a very complicated problem. >> complicated in part because it could jeopardize efforts to fight terrorism in the region and affect peace agreements with israel. >> our concern is whether it is in compliance with the law and will it get us closer to seeing an outcome in egypt that we would like to see? >> the white house is considering delivering military helicopters as well as other aspects of the defense relationship. also added that the responsibility lies with the egyptian people. >> one day after the ravens completed the third and final open practices of training camp, they're back at work in owings mills this afternoon. that is where we find the ravens and gerry sandusky. where the phasing down of camp begins, and the ratcheting up of intensity continues. the third preseason game is straight ahead on thursday night. the carolina panthers are arguably the most important of
on tuesday, august 6th, the president of the united states, barack obama, will be on our stage once again. [ cheers and applause ] so that's pretty exciting, yes. very exciting. all right, i love it when we do this bit. this is one of our favorite bits. we set up our phony photo booth over at universal studios. here to tell us about it, the voice of the "photo booth," kira soltanovich. kira, come on out here. ♪ [ applause ] >> hello, hello! >> jay: tell everybody how this works. >> jay, save your voice. >> jay: all right. >> i'll do this. >> jay: all right, go ahead. >> kira, tell everybody how this works. well, jay, i'm glad you asked. we have a photo booth, we set up some hidden cameras. and then i do my sexy robotic voice, and then people come inside the booth accepting free pictures and i don't give them free pictures. [ light laughter ] >> jay: right. >> yes. >> jay: and people will do anything for a free picture. take a look. ♪ i've got your picture i've got your picture i'd like a million of you over myself ♪ >> guys, this is actually tiny. i'm not even joking. >> that's how
in the garden. lothed he did a omore snoozing. meet sunny. the dog arrived today. obamas say they are making a donation to the washington humane society. >> late afternoon update to the almanac shows the temperatures bumped up another degree but still ended up eight degrees cooler than normal. significantly cooler than normal. 85 would be typical. in 1914.d high not quite as cold as it has been. 71 over at rock hall. westminster at 68. even western maryland at the 60's so there is a change taking place, turning more humid. over the course of the two days we will feel the typical warm and humid conditions of august return. right now it is a clean sweep. all the way down to the coast. some fog may form as we head awn.rd d looking at high temperatures, scorching hot in the southwest. at 97.k minneapolis at 88. even burlington at 85. we are in the last pocket of cooler than normal fall-like air centered on the mid-atlantic. that will drift away as high pressure builds over the region. our temperatures will go back to normal if not a couple of degrees above normal for a few days thanks to the str
,000 things, but we have 10,000 things that need to be done. ♪ we shall overcome >> president obama will speak at the lincoln memorial next wednesday closing out the week- long commemoration festivities. >>> still to come, when cops wear cameras. every chase. and every arrest caught on tape. but does it help or hurt law enforcement? >>> it's a growing but controversial trend. police officers carrying cameras wherever they go, recording every stop, arrest, and chase. but do they make for effective law enforcement, or do they stop police from doing their job? here's jim moret. >> a suspected gang member is in handcuffs after flipping off a cop on patrol. >> shut up. >> i didn't do anything. >> you called him a pig. >> the officers found a sawed off shotgun in the trunk of his mother's car but police say he will have a hard time complaining about how they treat him because all the bust is caught on tape. they videotape every traffic stop, every chase, and every arrest. >> if i didn't have it, i would have a lot more explaining to do. >> sergeant chris showed us how the high-tech digital cameras w
personal welt is based on a financial disclosure report she just filed as president barack obama's nominee for u.s. ambassador to japan. >> it's mind-boggling to me, shocking to meishi she uld be worth as much as $500 million. >> reporter: the author has written about the kennedys. >> she's the wealthiest contemporary kennedy living today. >> reporter: caroline has been like american royalty since she was a child in jfk's camelot. but she has been private about her life and her personal fortune until now. it includes stocks in such american companies as apple, jp morganchase as well as commercial property in new york, chicago and washington and oil and gas leases, millions of dollars were inherited from the kennedy family trusts. >> the trusts come from her father, who was assassinated, her mother who died early in life of cancer and her brother who was killed in a plane crash. >> reporter: she also owns an estate on martha's vineyard that's for sale for $45 million which she inherited when jackie died. his new book "crazy rich" says caroline wants to be ambassador to japan so she can carr
million to develop it. >> collington road trip go together like peanut butter and jelly. president obama took advantage of those topics today. he kicked off a bus tour, talking about the cost of tuition. the president unveiled a plan for a rating system or colleges. the department of education would rank schools based on financial value and use the ratings as a basis for doling out federal financial aid. under the proposal, students at a high rated school get larger grants and more affordable loans. the president wants to tie financial aid to student progress, requiring coursework to be created before eight is extended. >> the bottom line is, if you are getting financial aid, you are doing your part to make progress towards a degree. that is good for you. if you take out debt and you do not get that degree, you are not going to be able to pay out that that -- out that debt. >> the goal is to have college value ratings published before the 2013 school year. you know when to fold them, you will want to know where you will have new poker tables to walk away from. after you win $10 million a
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